19.03.2008The Bat! Voyager – 4th version
Following the release of The Bat! 4.0, RITLabs brings to users’ attention The Bat! Voyager 4.0 – portable variant of the new version of The Bat!
10.03.2008The Bat! 4.0.18 – released
A month after the release of the 4th version, The Bat! developers announce the update numbered 4.0.18.
03.03.2008"The Bat!, of Course"
- that’s how Mark Geisinger, our devoted user, answers the question about the best Windows email client. Mark uses The Bat! from the very beginning and can easily track the evolution of our product. We’re happy to present Mark’s review of The Bat! on our website.
07.02.2008The Bat! 4.0 – new level
We bring to users’ notice that the newest version of The Bat! e-mail processing system is to be presented to the general public on February, 7.
22.01.2008The Bat!’s security is recommended to law firms
Sharon D. Nelson, David K. Isom and John W. Simek, authors of numerous books and articles on internet security and its aspects that are specific for law firms, give a high appreciation to The Bat! mail processing system in their new book entitled Information Security for Lawyers and Law Firms.
19.11.2007The Bat! v3 & v4 license policy
According to the new license policy, all The Bat! users that purchase the program after November 20, 2007 can use this key not only for The Bat! 3.x.x and 4.0 versions, but also for further The Bat! 4.x.x versions without additional payments or key update.
07.11.2007Update policy for The Bat! v.4
This notice about some modifications in update policy is brought to your attention due to transition to a new line of The Bat! v.4.
12.10.2007New phone and fax numbers
We bring to our clients’ attention that we made a modernization of our telephone lines. As a result, connection quality and speed are essentially improved; that’s specially tangible for fax connection.
02.10.2007The Bat! 4.0 – e-communication at its best
RITLabs brings to users’ notice that the newest version of The Bat! e-communication program is to be presented to the general public at the earliest possible date. Currently the final arrangements are made for the release of The Bat! 4.0 version. The newest release is cardinally better than any previous version of the program. The modifications concern various aspects of the program functionality making this version as convenient as possible for every user. Before launching this new version it is suitable to dwell upon each of the major innovations.
06.09.2007The Bat! 3.99.24 – final preparations for 4.0
The work on The Bat! 4.0 is in full swing, every single day bringing its birth closer. However, before proceeding to a new digit we bring forward a new version of the third generation – The Bat! 3.99.24.
31.07.2007RITLabs was declared a Microsoft Certified Partner
Recently we received a notification about the fact that our company is now officially certified as a Microsoft Partner. A certifying document to confirm this recognition was sent to our office. Signed by two Microsoft Corporation officers – Steven Ballmer, Chief Executive Officer, and Allison Watson, Corporate Vice President Worldwide Partner Group, this certificate officially makes our company a Microsoft Certified Partner.
08.06.2007The Bat! email client in Amnesty International Slovakia office
RITLabs is proud to communicate that The Bat! email client is now involved in Amnesty International activity. Recently Slovakia office of this organization solicited our program and now they benefit of its assistance in their daily work.
22.04.2007The Bat! 3.99 – new horizons
RITLabs launched a new version of The Bat! – one of the most popular mail clients. In the new version, The Bat! 3.99, you will find all the functionalities of the program brought to even higher quality level and some useful innovations.
21.04.2007Animated cursor flaw discovered for Windows - no worry for The Bat! users
If there's a hole to be found in Windows, the bad guys will find it, and the latest one is definitely unique. A vulnerability in all versions of Windows, including Vista, has been found in how the operating systems handle animated cursors, according to a Microsoft security advisory.